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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1909.
I. U MOORE, T. CLAY MOORE, Residence 'Phone. Notary Public Main 4092-y. Main 3291 'PHONE Office, Main 2091 T.CLAY MOORE & CO. Real Estate and Loan Agents, Rent ing, Baying and selling Troperty a Specialty. 418 C ED Alt STREET, WITH E. It. CARXEY, THE TAILOR. NASHVILLE, y TENN. Louisville & Nashville R. R. New Union Station. City Ticket Office, 284 Fourth vre., Nortn. xeiepnone iain ios Arms I Louisville & Cincinnati 3 :47am LoaiTill & Cincinnati... .7 :65am Lonisrille & Cincinnati 8:00pra Louisville Accom,oda....a12:20pm BransTille& Chicago S :67am Evaa6Tiil& Chicago 7:40pm EvansTilleA St. Loots 8:6"m KransTill A St. Louis.... a7:80am EtansTille ASt Louis 7:40pin Birmingham, Montgom ery. Mobile and New 2 :15am 8:S7am 8 8&pm aS 06pm J :05am 8:10am 2 :05am a8 :10pm 8:10am Orleans 2:25am 3 :37am Birmingham, Montgom ery, Mobile ana Jew Orleans 8 :45am NaihTills A ScottsriUe Accommodation 3:10pm Nashville & liartSTille Accommodation 5:10pm Hopkinsville Aecom'oda... aft :46pm KashTille A Clurkiviiie Accommodation 4:15pm KashTille & Decatur Ac commodation 8:50pm Colombia 9c Mt. Plotsunt.. 8:50pm Columbia, Florence, fihafflaid. & Tuscumbia..7 :40am 7:35pm It :15am t7 :50am 10:00am 1 8 :17am 10:10am 7:26pm 5 :00pm Daily. tlHy axcept Snnday. At.Mtt Nnrth nolle are -street station. Train arriving at 4:55 p. m. rans from Mt. rleaiant eniy. , . Train arriving at 7:45 p. m brings connec tions (rem Tnscumbia and Florence. n Wirrii W. HlL. MUSTAIHX District Pass. Agent. CttT Ticket Agent. WMG.&Sa.L.Ry. TICKET OFFICES UNION STATION. BROADWAT CITY OFFICE In Maxwell House, Corner Chuicfc Street and 4th At., North- PHONE MAIN 377 (Corrected January 12, 1908.) Leaves West end Northwest Arrives 7:00am-MemphiB, Hickman, Fa- -apm ducah, St. Louis, on conuects for CntreTille (!) 2:16 iwd-raducah, Hickman, 132pm J ftc k son t5:30pm Waverly Accommodation, 8:00am 800pm-"Dlxie Flyer" solid train 9:05am toSt. Louis. ll-30pm Memphis and Hickman 6:B0am V SOUTH AND KAST. 124am-Chioago and Florida 3:18am Limited. flOam-St. Louis-Jacksonville 66pm "Dixie Flyer." Con nections (!) for all branch line points. 1217pm Chicago, Jacksonville.... 3:20pm "Dixie Flyer." Solid train. Dining cars. 8:30pm Chattanooga and t h e 10:50an Kast. Connections (!) for ShelbTTllle, Sparta, Fayett vllle, HuntavJlle, Tracy City, South Pittsburg. IkOO p m Tullahoma Accommoda- 18:15am tlon. Connects for Shelby- 930 p m-Chattanooga, Atlanta &35am Augusta and points be yond. LEBANON TRAINS. lTK)0am Lebanon Mixed B35am-Lebanon Express.......... :JP uAinm Lihannn A ppnmmodatlon I0;4upra inni-T,ahinnn Accommodation . !8;80am . "T)aily. JDaily except Sunday. W. M. HUNT, O. A., Maxwell House. POWELL PHILLIPS. P. A., Maxwell House. L. DAN LEY, G.P.A., Union StaUon. TERN. CENTRAL R. R. City Ticket Office, Ko. 1 Arcade, tZl F0UBTH AVE., N. PH0NE, IAIJI 201. Station, foot of Bread street. Eflectire October 18, 1908. Depart Arrive. Nashville to Hopkinsville 8:05 a. m. 7:05 p. m. Nashville to Hopkinsville 5:00 p. m. 9:30 a.m. (Lebanon Accommodation 8:15 a. m. 2:10 p. m. Knoxville Day Express 9:55a.m. 6:30 p. m. Knoxville Night Express 9:30 p.m. 6:15 :m. Monterey Shopping Train 4:00 p. m. 9:55 a. m. Lebanon Accommodation 6:20 p. m. 750 a. m. Daily IDaily except Sunday. Train leaving Nashville at 9:55 a. m. carries day coach through to Knoxville (via Soulhern Railway from Hairiman), connecting at Knoxville wita through sleeping car to points East Train leaving Nashville at 9:30 p. m. carries sleeping car to Knoxville (via Southern Railway from Harriman). connecting at Knoxville wita through Bleeping cars to points East and South a8t H. W.TYSON, CT.A. ERIC TATOM, P. A. THEO. A. ROUSSEAU. CP. A. and Mrs. Z. Boron and other friends of Farmington. Mr nnH Mrs Georce Dysart, Of this place spent last Sunday pleas antly with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Laws. SPRINGFIELD NOTES. The St. Mark Sunday-School opened last Sunday at 9 o'clock with a large attendance. The collections for the day were $4.60. W. M. Alston, pastor. SMYRNA NOTES. The M. A. Society buried two of its members last week. Mr. Israel Wade who had been sick for some time died Wednesday morning. Mr. Sam Hollins, Sr., while return ing from assisting in digging the grave for the burial of Mr. Wade was kicked by an unruly mule and al most instantly killed. Superintendent R. Smith closed his quarterly meeting here Sunday night. Mr. It. L. Perry ana niece, M. L. Buchanan, attended the closing exer cises of Roger Williams University Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. B. Rueker and Mrs. Samuella Covington were here Sun day. " Mr. Eva Perry visited relatiyes in Murfreesboro, Suday. Mr. Pleas Smith is on the sick list. Mr. Bill Brown is quite sick with dropsy. EAGLEVILLE Irvin Johnson NOTES. and daughter, Mr. Miss Annie ii. jonnson, auenueu uie liaptist union Meeting at rraimuu, Sunday. Miss Willie Williams accompanied her sister, Miss 'Myrtle Williams as far as Nashville on her way to St, Louis. Misses Annie and Vister Hughes, of Springfield, Tenn., are visiting their grandparents. Miss Vister w 11 spend the summer. Miss Annie win return and teach near her home Mrs. P. J. McCord entertained the 18th inst at her home in honor of her niece, Miss Myrtle wiuiams, wno nas gone to reside in St. Louis. The house was beautifully decorated with cut flowers. Games and music were enjoyed until a late hour when the young men were invited into the hall where a miniature fish pond stood on . , i , t Atoll 1A,tAn nwtr.11 rr.iiiraniita o r,.r1 nap. I ried them to the dining-room where a IWO-CUUi nKU ocycu. Misses Myrtle Williams and EStella Alcuora presiaea at me orga-u. Among the out of town guests were Misses Annie and Vister Hughes and Sadie Russell The marriage of Miss. Tom Ella Copeland and Mr. Bill Allen Fulton which was solemnized Sunday, May 23, came as quite a surprise to their friends. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Anderson were the guests of ner parents, Mr and Mrs. Nick Owenist, Sunday and Monday. SHELBYVILLE NOTES. The public school had its closing exercises last week, closing Friday right at the Mt. Zion Baptist, Church. Tho children showed that they nadi been well drilled. Hon J. C. Napier, of Nashville, made an address to the school Friday night. The annual sermon of the Benevo- lent Society was preached Sunday, at 2:30 p. m., at the First Baptist Church Dy llev. t w. uaraener, oi the A. M. E. Churcn. The annual decoration of graves at the Mt. Ara- rat Cemetery took place Friday at 2:30. Speeches were made by Rev. Dr. Gardner, Hon. Wade Goslin and others. This cemetery is the proper ty of the Benevolent Society at this place. Dr. J. A. Jones preached a special sermon to the students of Turner College last Sunday night. It was in the nature of an annual "farewell message" to the students before they leave for their homes. A crowded house greeted the speaker, and the sermon was received) with marked at tention. Dr. Jones has received an invita tion from the committee to attend the great conference of Negroes Jn New York City to be held May. 31st, and June 1st The meeting is styled the ""Conference on the Status of the American Negro." The commence nient of Turner College coming off at about the same time will prevent Dr Jones from attending. All eyes are now turned towards commencement season of Turner Normal. It begins June 3rd and clos es June 10th. The popular play, "East Lynne," will be rendered at the Auditorium on Monday night, the 7th. The drama, "Snow White," will' take place on Thursday night at the col lege chapel, rendered by a score or more boys and girls. Rev. M. T. Cooper, of Memphis, will preach the baccalaureate sermon Sunday, June Gth. The annual ser mon will be preached at 2:30 by Rev. T. W. Hampton on the same -date. Rev. N. P. Greggs, of Fayetteville, will deliver the address to the Alum ni Wpdnpsdtiv night, and Dr. W. Sampson Brooks, of St. Paul, Nash ville, will' deliver the baccalaureate address Thursday, commencement day. Bishop H. B. Parks, D. D., will he present at the commencement. A large number from all over the state is expected. Dr. J. A. Jones visited his family in Nashville last week. Miss Madge Boddie spent several days with her parents in Tullahoma recently Two games of baseball are booked to be pulled off on Turner Normal campus during commencement week. HILLSBORO NOTES. Quite a number of young people at tended the Baptist meeting at Franklin Sunday. Messrs. Joseph Dillard, Leslie Hun ter and Henry Porter will leave June 10th for an Eastern trip. They will visit Boston and other important cities. Marie Wilkie entertained th.e Snow ball Club last Friday evening. Much merriment was afforded by the Gypsy maiden fortune teller. Next meeting with Miss A. Gaines. Mr. Robert Stewart has returned from California after spending six months with relatives. The Sunshine Circle held a very in teresting and well-attended meeting Thursday afternoon with Mrs. James Ford. Miss Bessie W. Mayberry, who has been attending Walden University, is spending her vacation with her pa rents. Mrs. Walter Crump and children spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. J ir Scruees The dance given by the B. O. S. Club, of which F. L. Phillips was host, waa an affair of much enjoyment. The young ladies present were: Misses Kate Brown, Maud Ford, Ida Berry, Mni T, wniiama. A. Beatrice and Ma. rie wilkie. Pinkie Walker. Lucile Couns j. Mal Scruggs and Blanche rjouns. Music rendered by Miss F. D Mayberry. Mrs. Ida Green, of West Boston, is visitinc her mother Mrs. Nannie Robertson has returned to Tompson Station. EBENEZER NOTES. The Sunday-school opened at 9:30. Lesson reviewed by Mr. Milton Shame, cimarinranrlartf rf Of Tomots TitMc" AlAllAU-lAlv Ul kj L. J 0.1X10 JJUWllOb ' - ' - George Martin. Paper read by Miss Mary Battle. The superintendent, W. B Lugk d0)rg vlsitorg ' Sund CQjne tQ for every Sunday. Came to see us. At n:6v tne iiev. Harding, pas tor of St. James Chapel, at Bryant ToWQ) preached for us and he wa3 ln an excellent mood and preached the word with power., and at . the three I o'clock service Brother M. A. Jones, of the Fairfield Baptist Church, and Brother Bolden, of Foster's Chapel Baptist Church, preached with power, and the Holy gpirit wag manifest in our midst; and at 7:30 our pastor preached a soul-stirring sermon. We realized in our rally $53.83. SUNSHINE HOME NOTES. Sister J. P. Moore 13 at home again after a most pleasant and profitable trip to points in Alabama and Louis- iana. She is much improved in health and quite active in her work for the good of humanity. The meeting of the Christian Work- ers' Foreign Missionary Society was a very inspiring one. Miss Rosa Mcln- tosh, who expects to begin work on the torelgn field as soon as she is pre- pared, read a paper in which she set forth the degraded condition of worn- anhood in Africa and a strong appeal for the laborers. Rev. Mcintosh, who recently re- turned from a missionary tour, was present and gave a very impressive talk. He is earnest and enthusiastic in the work for Christ. ANNOUNCEMENT. Annie Mai Anthony, who was mar ried to Mr. Stancill Rushing, of Cleve land, Miss., on April 7, in Franklin, Tenn., by the A. M. E. pastor, D. W. Binford, in the presence of Millie Church and. Doth a House, left for Memphis, May 6, where she will join her husband and make her home for the present. v WONDERFUL INCREASE IN BANK ING BUSINESS. The Alabama Penny Savings & Loan Co., of Birmingham, Ala., In crease Capital Stock to $100,000. The meeting called for the pur pose of Increasing the stock of the Alabama Penny Savings & Ioan Co., took place March 5, 1909. It was voted to increase the Capital Stock to $100,000.00. The Board of Directors reported to the stockholders that a settlement had been made with them before the New Stock was to be sold. This set tlement consisted of a $12,500.00 dls tribution, accruing from Real Estate and a Surplus Fund to be given In the shape of New Stock, to the Old Stockholders, leaving $3,000X0 as a Guarantee Fund. This is in addition to the 6 per cent Dividend declared at the regular annual meeting on Jan uary 22nd, 1909. We want to place In the hands of the masses our New Stock. Divi dends and distributions have been made to the old Stockholders, since the organization of the bank to an amount of over twice the original val ue of the Old Stock. This fact in Itself Is sufficient to recommend our New Stock, for with increased Capital we will be able to - realize greater profits BANK There are thirty-seven Ntro bks and business in the United SUtes. They are by Negroes and are scattered throaihout in the South. The names, location, and some of them are given below. ONE-CENT SAYINGS BASIL Incorporated Under the Laws of Tennessee. CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00. Does a regular banking business. Inter est paid on all time deposits. Only lUoU- . . . , J -. lUUOn OI US K.1DU IB lenucsscc, R, H. BOYD, President. fj a J. W. BOST1CK, Vice-President, J. C. NAPIER, Cashier. C. N. LANGSTON. Teller. 411 Fourth Afenue, North, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, m PEOPLE'S DTESTIE1T AND BASKING COMPANY. BIRMI5UIIAM, ALA. Capital Stock, $10tOOO.OO. Doing a regular banking business. Col lections solicited. Depository for the Great Southern Industrial Home Insur ance Company. W. L LAUDERDALE, President. DR. R. D. MACKL1N, Vice President A. D.JORDAN, Cashier. THOS. A. riARRlS. TeUer and acting Cashier. Union Savings Bank. VICKSBURG, MISS. Capital Stock, $10,000.00. Collections and Out-of-town Bus iness Solicited. H. E CONNER. M. D., Preiident J.U. n. BUWMAN, rirsx vice rrcaiuwn. THOS. DILLON, Second Vice Prwideot T.a EWlNOJR..Caihier. a M. MelNTYRE, Aiwtant Cashier. BANK OF MOUND BAYOU. MOUND BAYOU, MISS. CAPITAL STOCK. $10,000.00. JOHN W. FRANCIS. President.. W. T. MONTOOMtKY, Vice frisMeO. CHAS. BANKS, Cashier. R. M. McCARTY, CHAS. BANKS. J. W. FRANCIS. H. A. OODBOLD. S. M. MORGAN, W. T. MONTGOMERY. C R. STRINGER. , E. W. LAMPTON. B. H. CRESWELL. SOLYEST S1TU08 BM MD TRUST C01IPAH. CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00. OFFICERS. R. . CHURCH. President. , M. L. CLAY. Vice President J. W. SANFORD. 2nd Vice Preiident W. E. MOLLISON, 3rd Vice President. J. T. SETTLE, Attorney. ROBERT R. CHURCH, JR.. Cashier. 829 Beale St. , MEMPHIS, TENS. kiuo Villi BIRMINGHAM, ALA. CAPITAL STOCK. $25,000.00. v. R. PrmroiD, President B. H. Hunioif, Caabler J O Dm at, Vice President P F. Ci.AiR, AJsUrUAt Caibler. 217 North Eighteenth ttreet People's Bank and Trust Co. Capital $25,000 MUSKOGEE, OKHIIOM.l. 4- Per Cent Interest On Tlma Deposits Deposits Giiraateed. t. Esotr, rrosiilcnt. J. K. Johnson, Cashier. We received deposits and subscrip- tions to New Stock by mail, and py 4 Per,C,ennn .T own $75,000.00 worth of Real Estate, on which we receive a nice rental. Our officers and force are bonded and money insured in the National Securf-1 ty Company, New York. The New Stock will be sold for $5.00 per share until September 30th, 1909. Directors. W. R. Pettiford, President; P. if. Clarke, Assistant Cashier; Rev. D. P. Moore, Presiding Elder; J. H. Jonea, Successful Merchant and Real Es tate Owner; P. M. Edwards, Secre tary U. B. P. of S. M. T., and Propri etor Washington Hotel; Simon Dink ins, Successful Merchant and Man ager Greenwood Cemetery; J. C. Dlf fay, Vice President, Successful Res! Estate Dealer, and Proprietor of Dlf fay's Barber Shop; R. B. Hudson, lUBuu rEHY mm bie. Institutions doing a bki , owned and operated exclailreij the several states, prindjaUj other information conceralaf St. Luke Penny Savings IM RICHMOND, VI. CAPITAL STOCK. $50,000. New York and Foreign Drafts issued. Bankers' Money Orders payable In any part of t& U- S. for sale. Collections receive prompt attention. 3 TerCent. Paid on Time Deposits. MAGGIE L WALKER, EMMETT C BURKS President. Cashier. J- P. ROBINSON. President. S. A. JORDAN. Vice-President. C B. KING, Cashier. CAPITAL CITY SHIMS BASK. LITTLE ROCK, ARK- CAPITAL STOCK $ t5,000.0 SURPLUS 2,000.0e 4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts. Real Estate, Life. Sick. AccldcntFIre Ensurance. pie Write us about our system of depcwlHns 1y mall. We do for you all that a goo,; bait can do. W. A. ATTAV.AY. M. D.. Pres. W. W. COX. Cashier. W. H. COATS, Vice Pres. M. B. BtRNCT f . Ass t Cashles. Delta Penny Savings Bank INCORPORATED OCT. 1904. CAPITAL $ 8.-,000.00 EESOUBCKS OVEB $100,000.00 Does a General Banking Business. Makes Loans on Approved Security. Pays Interest on Dei osits. Collects Rent Pays Taxes. Handles Real Hstate, Etc. Correspond with us. Your Business. ho- ver small, is solicited. We Pay Four per cent In vest on Time Deposits. INDIANOLA, : MISSISSIPPI. Savings Dank of the Grand Fountain, United Order of Trne Reformers. Capital and Surplus .... $ 185,000.00 Deposits 306,902.00 Loans ar.d Discounts , . . 444,732.00 Total business to date .. 18,023,800.00 Tnterest paid on deposits. "The L .'.tematic Saving habit is an anchor of safety to every roan." Deposits so licited. W. L. TAYLOR, President. R. T. IULU Onhler. THE PENNY mm BASK, COLUMBUS, MISS. CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000.00. Strict Attention Paid to Business. lections Solicited. W. I. MITCHELL, President. H. E. ROBERTS. Vice President J. M. COLEMAN, Cashier. a A. LITTLEJOHN, Assistant Casbtca DIRECTORSDr. T. V. Jones. L M. Sbnort E. S. Evans. O. H. CampbelL E. S. Joaos, W. V Cox. Lincoln Savings Itonk, YICKSBUKG, MISSISSIPPI. Authorized Capi'.al, $2.1,000.00. First moneyed Institution miuiatfed ttt colored men In Mississippi. Constantly growing, constantly det good. Does general hnnkln? business. Stock for Sale, $5.00 per Shar: W. K. MOI.MSON, president. H. F. LAt KV.VIco-rrest.lent. M. Z. M JLLIbON, Cashier. The People's Dime Saving Bank and Trust Association. Staunton, Ya. CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000.00. SHARES $5.00 ACH. Collections and out-of-town bui&ft solicited. Interest paid on time deposS SAM'L LINDSAY, President. C P.. POINTS, Vice President. I '- lackson. Cashier. ir.Ass't Caehiet. Cashi R T Jackson Endowmeat Secret Q 0 of 0 r T Walker- D' D- Past0r ShUo11 Church' and presIdent Union Mutual Association ; ' 3E 3BC WnTI1M71 COALOI ,nt IF VSlJJJUJLl LA M P TlfK ltUKillTF.ST I KillTl Till) Willi M I II. It I ! TMI-: NTIlOMiUM' I K.IIT1 TIIK CIIIOAI'I M' i,h;iiti THK CLEAN r.sr LIGHT 1 Six timfls brighter than elcn. trlcity, gns or ordinary oil lauipH. nil Due fnutmnu vc.ncrtic. mm SIMPLE. SAFE. CANNOT EXPLODE. CI An All-Bra.s Lamp, Hand. omaly Mad.. For TIi'iiu's, Store. Schools, Halls and Churches. CUTS LIGHTING BILLS IN HALF! 100-Oandlfl Power. 6 houri for t4. On. C.nl I Ev.ry Ua.r Amai.dl Buy one 01 more lor your own noma, sells tnstBntly; fully cuarauted. Writo today. Sold by C. R. IRTlNS f.cn'l. Agt.. IMS Goy Street Lyirir 3E E El I